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Mint - Chair Ghost
The German label Echtwald distributes exclusively produced regional and sustainable products. A central concern of the the label is the protection and expansion of natural forests as well as the active remodeling of commercial forests in natural forests. This is why the proceeds from the sales of the Echtwald products directly contribute to the acquisition and restoration of forest areas.
Echtwald - Selection of products soon available at Waldraud
Azabala - Owin parka and Adis skirt
Azabala - Tile shirt, Jak pullover and Adis skirt
Azabala - Raim jumpsuit
A couple of weeks ago the Waldraud team took off to Kortrijk in Belgium to visit the Biennale Interieur 2014. The Kortrijk design week takes place every second year and offers a highly curated selection of furnishing designers. This year's theme was “the home does not exist.”
“Property might no longer be owned but rented, that currencies and governmental services might be decentralised, that the growing gap between our physical selves and our digital identities may generate unexpected social outcomes.” (Joseph Grima (GB) & Space Caviar (IT), curators Biennale Interieur 2014)
Our favorite location was Broelschool, a former school that will soon be demolished to make space for luxury houses. A location that was inspiring & freaky at the same time. It was like being led through a ghost house with inspirational sources and objects where you did not expect them.
Max and the Mirror - CRone clothing rack now also available in black and white matt
Jimi Roos are Italian made t-shirts, sweaters and shirts embroidered with creative graphic designs using a standard sewing machine. Behinde the brand stands Swedish born and Italian trained designer Jimi Roos who still today embroids every single products with his own machine.
Click on the film to see how he does it.
Jimi Roos - Embroidered t-shirts, sweaters and shirts
The Danish brand well known for its striped garments was established almost 30 years ago by the designer Mads Nørgaard. Mads thinks that the Western world is moving too fast at times and decided to slow things down a little by creating fashionable items that do not change as fast. The results are timeless but fashionable classics of high quality.
Mads Nørgaard - Menswear
Mads Nørgaard - Womenswear
Stine Goya - Leather jacket
Stine Goya - Dress
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MINT – Comfy chairs and Sofa table
Adidas by Tom Dixon – Bag
Claire-Anne O’Brien – Stool
Clipper - Elegant and simple candle holder to clip on a flat surface by Veronique Baer
Pols Potten - Cookie Jar Shoe; Photo: Play Hunter